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bob dylan
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Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Literature
by Clearly, Beverly
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Leigh Botts, a troubled-elementary schooler, writes to his favorite author Boyd Henshaw for a class assignment--and the reply he receives changes his life.  Two "discs" (files). Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.UP, Family--juvenile fiction, Role models, UP, Audiobooks, Fiction
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Literature
by Curtis, Christopher Paul
audio
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An African-American family living in Michigan decides to move to the titular city in the American South.  The tragic events they witness in Birmingham itself greatly affect the family as a whole. Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: Family--juvenile Fiction, LIT.UP, Urban Violence, Siblings--Juvenile Fiction, C3, UP, Audiobook,...
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Music
by Tapper, Thomas
audio
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The following are audio biographies of four of the world's most famous composers: Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn. All of these stories have one thing in common: a love of music from an early age. These stories will help children foster a knowledge and a love of music and the people who make it.  Suggested Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Topics: MUS, MUS.LS, Composers--Biography, Bach, Johann (1604-1673), Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791),...
Community Audio
by Lowry, Lois
audio
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AUDIO BOOK In a future where occupations are chosen for you, a young boy is called upon to carry the burden of the horrible truth about the society in which he lives. Winner of the 1994 Newbery Medal for distinguished accomplishment in children's literature. Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.UP, Science Fiction, Children's Literature, Dystopia, Newbery Award Winner, Fantasy, Young...
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Literature
by Lang, John, 1816-1864
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The story of a man who stumbles upon a world populated by little people.  Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary) *To access the audio book, click on HTTPS and download the libravox.zip file.
Topics: LIT, LIT.LP, C3, Travelers -- Fiction, Fantasy fiction, Satire, Voyages--Imaginary -- Early works...
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Literature
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The Iliad  is the story of the Trojan War, a great fued in which Greece and Troy both battled mercilessly for the hand of the lovely Helen- the woman who was said to be the most beautiful woman in the world. The Iliad is one of the best known stories in the world and this version has been adapted for children.  Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.UP, Achilles (Greek mythology)--Fiction, Trojan War--Juvenile literature, C3, Non-fiction,...
Community Audio
by Jack Prelutsky
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An audio recording of renowned children's author Jack Prelutsky reading his spooky poetry for young readers.  Music by Don Heckman.
Topics: Poetry, Poetry--American, Children's Poetry, English
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Literature
by LibraVox
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The story of three pigs, who attempt to evade a hungry wolf by building the strongest houses they can.  Suggested Level: EE (Early Education) *To access the audio book, click on HTTPS and download the libravox.zip file.
Topics: LIT, LIT.EE, C3, Three little pigs (Tale), Children's classics, Audiobooks, EE, Fiction
Community Audio
by P.D. Eastman
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Audio recording of a reading of "Are You My Mother?" by P.D. Eastman, in which a baby bird asks various creatures and objects the titular question.
Topics: Animals--Fiction, P.D. Eastman, Birds
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Music
by Joan Baez
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Joan Baez (1941- ) is an American folk singer, songwriter, musician, and social activist.  Her work includes original compositions and covers of both traditional and contemporary songs.  She continues to perform--and to speak out for social justice--to this day. This collection includes "House of the Rising Sun" and "The House Carpenter", two traditional ballads.  "Ruby Tuesday" was originally written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of rock group The Rolling...
Topics: Music--20th Century, Joan Baez, Folk--Music, MUS, MUS.LS, LS, Mp3s
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Music
by Darin, Bobby
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Bobby Darin (1936-1973) was an American singer and songwriter. He is best known for singing American classics. However, towards the end of his life, Darin switched from songs about love to songs about politics. Darin was an outspoken advocate for peace and against United States involvement in Vietnam. In 1990, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and in 1999 into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. The two songs included are Mack the Knife , from his Classics period, and Simple Song of...
Topics: MUS, Bobby Darin, MUS.US, Fair use (Copyright)--United States, Vietnam War, 1961-1975, Protest...
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Social Science
by Darin, Bobby
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Written as a protest to America's involvement in Vietnam, this marked a significant turning point in Bobby Darin's career from pop songs like "Splish Splash" or "Dream Lover" to deeper, more political statements. Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary) Lyrics: Come and sing a simple song of freedom Sing it like you've never sung before Let it fill the air Tell the people everywhere We, the people here, don't want a war Hey there, Mister Black Man can you hear me? I don't want...
Topics: MUS, SOC.US, Bobby Darin, Vietnam War, 1961-1975, Protest songs--20th century--History and...
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Literature
by Mildred D. Taylor
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The 1976 winner of the Newbery Medal, this novel tells the story of how the Logan family survives poverty and racism in the rural United States during the Great Depression of the 1930s.
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Topics: LIT.UP, Historical Fiction, C3, Racism--Fiction, LIT, UP, Audiobooks, Chapter Books (Long), Fiction
Community Audio
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An audio reading of "Are You My Mother?" by P.D. Eastman.
Topics: Children's Literature--English, Animals--Fiction
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Music
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This collection of music includes:  "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" by Elvis Presley "Rock Around the Clock" by Bill Haley and the Comets "Splish Splash" by Charlie Drake (a cover version of Bobby Darin's original) "Surfin' Safari" by The Beach Boys "Yakety Yak" by The Coasters "Mr. Sandman" by the Chordettes Included in this collection is a PDF file of a classroom activity for secondary school students, in which they create their own...
Topics: bell, bell_music, Music--20th Century, Rock & Roll--Music, MUS.LS, MUS.US, MUS, Activity...
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Literature
by Bianco, Margery Williams, 1880-1944
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The story of a young boy and his stuffed rabbit that comes alive. However, when the young boy gets sick, will illness separate the two friends forever? Suggested Reading Level: LP (Lower Primary)
Topics: Scarlett Fever (Disease), Stuffed animals (Toys)--Fiction, LIT, LIT.LP, C3
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Music
by Bob Dylan
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Bob Dylan is an American singer-songwriter who rose to prominence in the 1960s thanks to his folk songs (many of which have themes of social protest).  He later reacted against the acoustic folk movement by "plugging in", employing electric guitar and a full band in his recordings.  His influence on many key artists in rock music (examples include John Lennon, Patti Smith, and Bruce Springsteen) has earned him special awards from U.S. President Barack Obama and the Pulitzer Prize...
Topics: Bob Dylan, Music--20th century, Music, Rebellion--Music, Folk--Music, MUS, MUS.US, US, Mp3s
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Music
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Queen was a British rock band circa 1970-today (if you want to be technical). They were very influential to the music and culutre of their time and for that they earned a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001. Their most famous songs include: The Bohemian Rhapsody, Somebody to Love, Killer Queen, We Will Rock You and Another One Bites the Dust. Suggest Listening Level: US (Upper Secondary)
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Topics: Queen, Classic Rock, MUS, MUS.US, The Bohemian Rhapsody, Somebody to Love, We Will Rock You,...
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Literature
audio
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A classic bedtime story about saying goodnight to the world around you.  Suggested Level: EE (Early Education)
Topics: LIT, LIT.EE, C3, Bedtime stories, Children's classics, Audiobooks, EE, Picture Books (Short)